Science blog posts

Whether you need regular support with blog posts or news articles, or are looking for help on a one-off basis, I’ll turn your science into a story that’s accurate, clear and engaging.

I can write your blog posts from scratch, or I can edit drafts you’ve already written.

And if you need something in a rush, let me know. I’ll do my best to make it happen.

Writing blog posts

Producing regular content for your blog is a great way to keep your supporters up to date and involved in what you do. But it’s easy to leave writing blog posts to the last minute, or to put it to the bottom of the to-do list.

Let me change that.

My blog posts will keep your supporters interested and engaged with your charity’s research, and every piece will be:

  • Written to the brief you give me (word count, tone of voice, audience, etc.)
  • Researched and checked for accuracy
  • Clearly written and engaging to read

My prices include unlimited edits, meaning we can adjust the copy until we get it just right.

If you’re not sure what topics to cover on your blog, I can suggest ideas, or I can ‘sense-check’ yours. If you want, I can also conduct interviews to include in your blog posts, and I’m happy to put together social media posts if you need them.

“We were really excited by how quickly and effortlessly he picked up on our brand’s tone of voice… Richard impressed all of us with his writing skills and his ability to communicate complex science in a clear and exciting way.”

MQ: Transforming Mental Health

Editing blog posts

If you’re more comfortable writing an initial draft yourself (or have some half-written posts that need attention before they can be published), this is a great option.

I’ll work within your existing processes, and to your deadlines (of course). When I edit a piece, I will make sure it’s accurate, understandable, and engaging.

Live blogging

If you’re attending or running a research conference or event, live blogging can be an exciting way to involve professionals, patients or supporters who can’t be there in person. Find out more about this, and the other ways I can help with your conference communications.